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BVEN1NQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU It. T.. THURSDAY, OCT. 31. 1901. fr. I V t ( I U ' t r ft A ' u M my Plumber, Etc. JOHN NOTT, Plumber 75 and 70 King Street TELEPHONE NO. SI. NOW Is tbo tlmo to get leaks and breakages seen to, and your Roofs Put In Order. Dy competent workmen. The Plumber's Strike I over, and I am again prepared to do Plumbing, Sewering and Sheet Iron Work as heretofore. Estimates furnished... .Work manship ana material guaran teed. Jas.Nott, Jr., 8tore, Bertanta Near Emma St. lei., White 3571. HONOLULU SHEET METAL WORKS H. W. BARTH. Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator Metal Roofing. Conductor Pip and Gutter Work. ffttbdi Stfftt, bet. Queen tad Mirclunt sonolutu. Jobb S ptonptly altMltt u. Ttl. Vh!t? 41 P. O. Box 170. Notice to Property Owners. 1 have In my employ FOUR FIRST CLASS PLUMBERS from the Coast. I am now rtady to figure on your work at the lowest prices My men are Union Men. Civ me a tr al. C.H.BROWN, f Trltorv Stable. King St. Attorney. C. R. Hemenway ATTORNEY. OFFICE -106 JUDD BUILDING. TEL. 314 MAIN. Albert R. Cunha ATTORNEY AT LAW. NOTARY PUBLIC. 808 Stangemvald Building. TELEPHONE-MAIN 31. W. Austin Whiting, W. J. Robinson, LAW OFFICES Rcmr-ed to Room 306. Judd Building J M. KANEAKUA, ATTORNEY AND , COUNSELLOR AT LAW, I' NOTARY PUBLIC. Office Bethel St, Near the Pottofflee. Hawaiian Bricks Patronize Home Industry ..... An artl'e whl. h hi trtn.1 vr tests, and which Jn be furnished as wanted, In good condition. Sample can be seen at the store of Lewers & Cooke, LIMITED, 8olc Agents. C0000vo01 J. D. Jewett WITH .. J. WILLIAMS FOTO GALLERY Artist In Pastels Crayons Water Golors and OIL PORTRAITS. ICE Manufactured from Pure Dletllled Water Delivered free, to any part of cltv by courteous drivers. Oaha Ice and Electric Co. KBWALO c'L. BLUE 3151 HOFFMAN & MARKHAM. Razors Honed and Set at the Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop. FOR 35 CBNT8. i When a Rood phy sician prescribe ncrr for ;t patient it is Schlitz beer. A phy sician knows tin . li ne of purity. Aikhimhott'gerins affect beer anil In: will tell yon that few stomachs can eltLjrst them. Ik will say at once that impure beer i unhcalthful. You will know then hy u c brew under tich rirriil pre cautions wnv we even tiltt rtlic air that touclu s. it; why we filter tin In i r. " tin n ti rilui i m r Imttli . If a t.tu w what vu- know mil wh.it yourprAMt tan krm about bn r, you, too, would init mi Schlitz. M icfutlat.t A l. t.t.1., 21 Kulliumni w t . I tirMlnlii. e'ullfor tl..j llrM, r) llollllli. i 8urgeon, Physician and Oentlsts. Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair. OFFICES i TELEPHONES: I RoommVkx), oruce, Mais, iti Boston Uuiidivo Rejidbnci, I Four STBItT. WMITt, lUt. HOURS II A , TO I. P H : I , 1TO , P. , , TO t r . t O POX 81 Sl'HptVV If, P M. Dr. Albert E. Nichols DENTIST. 1154 Alake, Street. cjflcejiours .' 9 to 4 A. C. WALL, D.D.S. G. E. WALL, D.D.S. DENTI8T8. Lovo Diilldlng, Fort Street Huurs. !' to L Telephone Mnlu ."l.'o. REMOVAL NOTICE. Dr. .T. AtntinrTnv tioa rnmrn rul bin f. flco from 708 Fort street to 313 Kins street, next to Opera House. Hour 10 a. m. to 4 p m. Residence, Kallhl. Tel. Blue 1281. Office Tel. White 1371. Dr. W. H. Jones M.R.C.V.S., M.V. M.A., ondon. Veterinary Surgeon. OFFICE Hotel Stable RESIDENCE "The California," Em ma street I91t-3ia Dr. Wm. G. Rogers, SURQtON AND SPECIALIST. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively REMOVED to now office, 1110 Ala kea Street, opp. 4r.wallan Hotel. Hours. 9 to 12, 3 to 5:30, 7 to 8; Sun days, 9 to 11. BECAUSE THEY Save ) oil I )e b unlov ing first nii'l lit tle v y i' Ills w till h 111 1 g h t grow to big onis. Save i o 11 r money by In. ci easing t opaci ty for earning It. Save )our tune by enabling you to suo and act promptly, without delay. Save your temper, by relief fiom nerve-inckliig. irritating eje Htruln. A. N. SANFORD, OPTICIAN, BOSTON -JILOING. Just Received a New Lot of Key West and Domestic Cigars t Beaver Lunch Rooms. H I NOLTB. Beauties generally die old maids. They set such a value oil themselves that the) don't find a purchaser until the market Is dosed. Fun is worth more than ph)slc, and whoever InventB or discovers a new f apply deseives tliu name of a public benefactor. sB 11 BY Board .of Health Adopts Plan for Securing System. SUBSIDIES TO HOSPITALS RECEIVE DUE ATTENTION I Dr. Cleveland Submits Report of Her Work-Marriage Licenses at Settlement Exemptions 1 From Regulations, i tlulck OUpntili of biislutss charac terized the leguhir weekly meeting of the llonrtl uf Health jestcrday utter - ' boon. The president mentioned n sugges tlim of tin- ' lithe utile er for the up- 1 IKilntmcnt of standing tommlttifg on subdivisions of the Board's business , With such committees the im-i tithe olllier inlKtit ioiihiiH us ociiolon re iliilrnl. Hum Mains time and establish ing njstfin On niutlim the suggestion wim mlopted mul the iiriBldcnt forth- 1 vvltu announced the following mnimlt- ttihi C'ommltti'C on Knllhl Itm-lvlng Stn- tlon llr. Sloggett. Dr. Moore, Dr. Coopi r. I Committee on Knplolunl Girls' Ilium llr. Cooper. K. A. Mutt-Smith. Commlttiu on Iiimiih- .i luni IJr HlugKvtt, Dr. Cooper, Dr. Moore. F. ('. Smith. t'oiiitnlttie ou .Molokul WIioIh Hoard. Committee on Government Dlspen mi) -Dr. Moore. K. A. Mott-Sinlth. Conimlttie on Olthe unit Murgu Dr. Hloggitt. Dr. Cooper. F. C. Smith. Coniiultlee mi Keualo und Kukiiuko Dr. Mooir, Attorney Gcnirul Dolt", Wtii. Auld. Conimlttie oil l'i titloiiH K. A. Moll Smith, Dr. Moore. Win. Atihl. Committee on New Itignl.ittoiiH K. A Mott-Sinlth, Attorney' Gem ml Dol... Dr. CiHipir. C BREWER & Co., LTD., SEVENTY-FIVE YEARS OLD , P. C. Jones, One of Its Oldest Mem bers, Delivers an Address and Receives Present. J Yesterday iiftirnonn the, stockhold ers of C. llrewer ft Co.. Ltd., suitably bhscned the seventy-flfth nnnlversay of the house nt Its offices. I'eter Cush- .man Jones, the greater part of whose illfc- has been spent with llrewir's ion cern, read a historical sketch. I The offiiers anil emplojis of the cor poration presented Mr. Joins with' a silver loving cup and ebony stand, Tho (cup In dot orated upon the four sides. 1 On one. side uppeais an lurlptlon to Mr. Jones as a maik of isteem from the offiiers of the corporation. On I another .110 engravings of the old buildings of the firm nnd above ft the I new structure, on the third side tho clipper ship "John liilpln," In which 1 Mr, Jones came to Honolulu, nnd be- , low It the sihoouer "Missionary Pack et," whiih brought Capt. Hunnewell, the founder of tha house. The nr rlvul of Mr. Jones was on October 2. 1817. Not less Intel estlng than all that wus said, wns uc ixhlblt which Mr. Jones dlspl.i)ed with Justifiable pride in ANNIVERSARY HAWAIIA t'uon 11 visiting mid were attached are uiged. The gradual destruction of three loins. The end pleies were old the llsberlis Is pointed out and a re silver half ilimts, of date In the e.irl onimcndntlon made foi lemedlnl legls- nitles, unit tin- lentir niece was one ori"mnn. the old sllvir three cent plius of the I Same date, the tblee toliis being tin1 Identical ones, nnd the mil) ones, too, that Mr. Jones hud In his possession when lie lauded In Ibis city. Charles M. Cooke, president of tho company, inado 1111 liitioductnry ad-. Uiess. O. lliewer & Co., Ltd., Is the out- Kionth and lineal suicessnr of tho business started herb In ISIifi by Juiues Huiinuwell. The coipoiatlon controls lnan plantations and somn deep sen vissels. Since two curs It bus oceu- pled u new office building on the watir- fiont situ ot the torul block that tor. man) ) cars bad been a landmark. Tha birth of the business was In a small coral building where the Boston block now- stands. PAY THE PUKK'S DKBT8 London. Oct. 24. Atroidlng to tlm Dally Express," at a family confeiencc held at 45 Portland Squain jcbturdny, . . " whlih was attended by Eugenu Zltn- , "-;" " " '" 'i run merman, it wus uriunged that be c"'0,u"-, ''"' l"vc"!"'8 f,om tne Pro should pay L'BOOO nnd Consuelo, uih- CJ"U " Ult' h"les- ,,e h"b- K t,nr'l ess of MniiLbester. L2U00 to liquidate ,h" "nnanio of the ndmlnlstiattvo the Duke of Manchester's debts. It K''V1'nu",'"t' ,, was also unnounced that the piew-nt1 1'" "luw"1 an '! n-t "f "OS, he tenant of Klmbolton Castle, the print!- , ! ''"."1r,H' '" w',' " BU'",'11 to tl ondlllona pal seat of the Duke of Mnnihester.has '!' t"1 """''"n Islands, and under It consented to terminate tho tinaney.t Ulu, ,lt'"llll fr " land bns been In order to gratify the wish of the ntt ) , ""'' f"lr , "rlte'' hll" bet' oung Diuhess that her uccouchement ren"wa '"r ll' '"'"'"' of the public m Ight occur there. A fumlly party tr-' dec! to Klmbolton Castle last night. vele "A ictaluer ut tbo bat," as ibu boy mid, when caught by a dog, just as he was about to climb on tha 01 chard j fence. Committee on Quarantine, Fumiga tion and Disinfecting Dr. Moore, F. C Smith. Committee on Finance and Expendi tures K. C Smith, K. A. Mott-Smlth. Committee on llcvlslnn Utiles ntnl RegulatlonB Dr. Sloggett, E. A. Mott Smlth, K. C. Smith. Committee on Government Physi cians and Reports Dr. Moore, Dr. Cooper. Committee on Hospitals E. A. Mott Smlth, Dr. Cooper. Dr. Pratt's communication on rat killing appears elsewhere. John S. Wilmington, William Nape and Thorn. K. Nathaniel applied, with good recommendations, for com missions as ngents to grant marriage licenses at Kalaupapa and Kalawao. The matter vvns deferred for further .consideration, I W. C. King petitioned for exemp tion from connecting his store premi ses, at Hotel nnd Union streets, with the sewerage system, his lease having hut one enr to run. Referred to thij city sunltary officer. I Dr. I.iielln S. Cleveland reported that she had held medical examinations of '1129 school ditldren, granting health I certificates to all of them hut two. She had also performed 1CS vaccinations. ' A report of I.lhue hospital for Sep tember was received. It 'was accepted, nnd tho secretary Instructed to notify the Ttirltorlal auditor that, over) thing being In order, the hospital was entitled to receive Its subsidy. Mr, Mott-Smlth made n statement icgnnllng Wnlmea, vchose bllla were submitted before Its report had been receded. The case was referred to the committer on hospitals. Henry Wnterhsuse wrote about the subsidy to the Queen's hospital, nsk Ing for n statement of the conditions of receding the allowance. Referred to the committee on hopltal. Vincent & lMser nked for a permit to complete n contract with Knmeha meha School Trustees for a cesspool. A depth of fifteen feet had been reach ed, when tide water was struck, nnd It was desired to go scleral feet deeper. There wawbtu one dwelling In the vi cinity, the cesspool being located In mi iilgerobu forest. Tho petition was giiinted subjeit to nppruval of the work by the executive officer. Dr. Cofer, of the V. S. Marine Hospi tal Servlie. reported b letter a torn pllnniu with the request to discon tinue the dlMnfectlnn of mnlls for Ha waii nt San Francisco. There were present nt the meeting: Dr. II. C. Sloggett. president; Attorney (lenerut K. 1. Dole, Dr. C. II. Cooper, Dr. W. M. Moore and E. A. Mott-Smlth Dr. .1. S. II. Pratt, the executlie officer, nnd O. Charlock, suretarj, were In attendant e. COOPER'S REPORT ON OUR LABOR CONDITION Frear Calls on the President Accom panied By Sewalf-"Boyd's Re port on Lands in Ans wer to Gill. Wnsblngion. Oct. 17. (Special). Henry E. Cooper. Territorial Secretary of Hawaii, hud a conference yesterday with SiueUir.v Hltiluoik, nnd submit ted his annual report us Acting (lov ernor of Hawaii. The report makes a number of Important reiommendn tlons. 11 feature of It being Its treat ment of the labor nutation. Mr. Coop er leports that there Is urgent nefd for luburers from outside tho Territory. He shows that during the last fiscal year between IOuO and 5000 Japanese lahoiers left Hawaii, while only about S00 such luborvia entered the Terrftory. Approximate!, the same proportion of entries and departures holds good with respeit to Chinese and other Inbor. making the bringing In of labor from outside nt-teMMir). Legislation having tills end In view Is rt commended. The it-port urges nn Investigation Into the iiiestlou of timber entries In Hawaii, and leiomnientls the establish- inent of a stem for foiestry preserva tion. . Hitter etntlstlcs leguidlng lm poits and exports and similar matter Walter F. Frear, Chief Justice of the Supreme Com t of Hawaii, culled upon the I'roddcnt jestirday, accompanied by Harold M Sc-wall, foimer Minister to Hawaii. They talkid with the President Mime time about Hawaii in "'fairs. Mr. Cooper lias also forwarded to "'e Intel lor Department the report of I-dwiird S, ltojd, Commissioner of 1'iiblle Lands for that Tenltory. upon the complaint of Eijwlu S. (illl. editor of the Honolulu Hepubllcuii. alleging tb6' Public lands were being disposed f umtiiir) to existing authority und to the. Interest), of Hawaii, CouinilsMoner Boyd denies violating the law, and says that In view of the demand for small hoine-stiad settle- ment f 1 0111 the ver) class of people which the Hawaiian laws uud officials desire to 1 mom age, It Is the plain duty of the commissioner to open the lands us deslied. nnd that failure to do so w"u1'1 '!" Kr(",s ""Kl'ntc. Mr. Bo)d . """, sorae "' tho "tments In this 1 t tti 1 ill 11 1 iii .. 1. .. !...... 1 1 ul.1l """' .'" "",l "i"'1'"1""0" "'i ana rul,1,l"K '''" "' minimized. . -V. 111CI.CKU.NH. Blank books of all description de signed nnd mado at tho i.VENINO BULLETIN'S Job Office TWAW1 Thei.R.BRElHERCO'S Challenges the Citizens of Honolulu. A PUBLIC TEST TO BE MADE AND THE RE8ULI TO BE PUB LI8HEO IN THIS PmPER. This Important challenge Is not only to tho citizens of Honolulu, but to the entire civilized world. The public will be Interested In the outcome of this Investigation to proe the gnat merits of this already famous discovery. Tho offer made by the A. K. Uremer Corn- pan) In their challenge above alluded to Is a plainly worded one. Thev as sert that their discovery. Coke Dan- uiurr utirc, will positively cure the most stubborn and common of all troubles, dandruff and falling hair, which 90 per cent of the' people arc annoyod with. It Is thought that the best possible way to publicly determine the merit of Coko Dandruff Cure is to ittie awnv to all thoso Interested In this matter a sample bottle, and to have It done In such an open-manner that none can question the honesty of the test. A large number of samples havo been Bent to Hobron Drug Co.'s drug store, and will be given out to all those Doubled with dandruff, falling hair, or any uistases or the scalp. Apply tO' morrow between 8 n. in. anil t! n. m. There will also be- given to each ap plicant for a free samplu a little book iieating on troubles of tlm hair and scalpwhlch sets out In a cliar, plain manner Just such Information as you nni in Know Hear in mind the free distribution at the Hobron Drug Corwlll begin tomorrow morning at 8 rt'ilock and end Saturday nt 9 p. in. Banker. Clau 8preckel. Wm. Q. Irwin Claus Spreckels & Co. BANKERS. HONOLULU, : : T. H. 8an Francisco Agent Tho No. rada National Dank of San Francisco. 8an Francisco Tho Nevada Na tional Bank or San Francisco. London Tho Union Bank ot Lon don, Ltd. New York American Exchange Nt tlonal Bank. Chicago Merchants' National Bank. Pari Credit Lyonnals. Berlin Dresdncr Bank. Hongkong and Yokohama Hongkong-Shanghai Banking Corporation. New Zealand and Australia Bank of Now Zealand. Victoria anrl Vanrnnu,- TV.n1r nf British North America. 1 Deposits received. Loans made on approved security. Commercial and . Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills of Ex- Ichango bought nnd sold. J Collection Promptly Accounted For, Established 1858 BISHOP & CO. BANKERS Transact a General Banking dnd Exchange Business. Commercial and Travelers' Letters of Credit issued, available in all tbo principal cities of the world. Interest allowed after July 1, 1808, on fixed deposits 3 day notice 2 per cent, (this form will not bear interest unless it remains undisturbed for one month), 3 months 3 per cent., 0 months 3 1-2 per cent, 12 months 4 per cent. Pioneer Building and Loan Association. ASSETS, JUNE is, 1901, $80,043.37. Money loaned on approved security. A Saving Bank for monthly deposits. Houses built on the monthly Install ment plan. . Twenty-third Series of Stock Is now opened. OFFICERS J. L. McLean. Presi dent: -A. A. Wilder, Vice President; C. B, Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretary. DIRECTORS J. L. McLean. A. A. Wilder, A. V. Gear, O. B. Gray, J.tD. HolL A. V. Keech. J. A. Lyle, Jr.. J. M. Little, u. 8. Boyd. A. V. GEAR. Secretary. Offlco Hours: 12:301:30 p. m. BISHOP & CO. Savings Bank ...Sflvlm-R nnnneltn vrlll ha received and Interest allowed by the uank at four and one-halt per cent per annum. Printed conies of the rtnlea nnd Pop ulations may be obtained on applica tion. Office at bank building on Merchant street. BISHOP & CO. The Yokohama Specie Bank LIMITED. Subscribed Capital.... Yen 21,000,000 Paid Up Capital Yen 18.000,000 Reserved Fund Yen 8,510.000 HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA. Tho llank hlivu nml rnenU'na fni- nnl. lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts Unit I.Oltpra nf Hl-mllt nml irnnannta n general banking business. INTUKKST ALLOWED. On Fixed Per cent Deposit. per annum. For 12 months 4 For 0 months 3 J For 3 mnntlia . 1 Blanch of the Yokohama Spccio Bank. New Republic Bid., Ill King Street HONOLULU. Tclephono tho EVENING BULLE TIN, Main 250, If you have books to ha made, printing to bo done, etc., etc., and we will call, Wo havo men that Know their business for that purpose WE TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THAT WE HAVE OPENED UP A -FULLY -EQUIPPED BINDERY IN HONOLULU AND INVITE YOUR ATTEN TION TO THE FOL LOWING: ::::-: General Bookbinding Ledgers, Journals, Cash Books, etc., made with Spring or Patent Backs, so as to have both pages perfectly flat when opened. . . . Pay Roll Books, Time Books, Sales Books, Books for Tabulation, Order Books, Shipping Books, Note Books, Re ceipt Books, Stock Books, Bank Books, Pass Books, and any kind of Book you use, will be promptly and carefully bound in any style de sired, and by men who have had from fifteen to twenty years experience in the best European and American book binderies "Magazines, Newspapers, Novels, Periodicals and all old and valuable works, such as Histories, Bibles, Scien tific Books, etc., Bound with greatest care and taste. . . . Reports, Statements, By-Laws, Pros pectuses, and all kinds of Pamphlets printed and covered with neatness and dispatch. :::::: RULING Special Ruling of every description, for all kinds of blink books and stationery. No matter how com plex the nillngyou wish for your books, we have the machines and workmen to do your wotle as well as It can be done In San Francisco. Perfcratlrg, numbering, blocking and gerera jobbing work in paper and pasteboard. Fancy boxes, paper decoraions, fancy gilt bev el cards, mems, and In fact, ever) thing In (he card, paper and leather line GILDING ANDEtTBOSSINa Pocketbo .ks, card cases, cigar caes, and every kind of article de Ired lettered and glided. ART WORK View albums tf all sizes and styles. Photo mounts, Fancy tsrd cases. Taney curio cov en, etc. MAPS and CHARTS ETC., ''ETC. - Old and new maps and charts lined and canvas mounted for durability and preservation. Paste board boxes for pigeon holes In shelving made In all the litest styles. Artistic Of every description at prices as low as gcod work can be done for. . . . Bill heads, letter heads, envelopes, circulars, dodgers, '-posters, books, pamphlets and all kinds of commercial and Society Printing THE EVENING BULLETIN I30 KINO STREET, P. O. BOC 718 TEL.. MAIN 286. BARGAINS IN Horses, Mules and Carriages The business ot tho HONOLULU STOCK-YARDS CO. Is now being closed out and all stock Is offered at private sale, Tho list comprises: Carriage and Buggy Horses. Hack and Express Horses. California and Hawaiian Mules. Buggies, Hacks, Surrles, Phaetons, Etc. Sets of Single and Double Harness. These ate foi sale- at low rates. Cull early ut tho stables and take )our pick. JAS. F. MORGAN. C. A. RICE. 1971-tf T5L. MAIN 04. Mps. H. H. Williams Art Embroidery and Stamping. Full line of Art Materials : : : Art Embroidery Taught : : : (.Love Building, Fort Street Printing Telephone to All Parts of the Island. KONA LIVERY STABLES KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII J. G. IIENItlQUES, PROP. Horses and Carriages For Excursions To the Volcano or the Mountain. An excellent chance Is offered for tourists to 6EB THE COUNTRY. Carriage meet the S. S. Mauna Loa, at Kallua and take passengers overland to Hookena, whero the steamer Is met gain. ' Kauai, Oahu, Maul, Molokal. Lan.il, Hawaii, HAPS etc., ttc. Set of 5 maps, $2.00 50 CENTS EACH On sale at ofTice ot . . . THB . . . EVENING BULLETIN - N tf&mirt&mMti-M x&w& .Lzihi& .lfr -sm-jRJh' .riL&.iAfltAtftit, .ftlffcrfii.rtr .